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How to Write a Proper Resume

A resume is just a simple piece of paper, but it has to say so much about you in so little time. This is your first impression you will make with a potential employer, so you need to make sure it really stands out. However, if your resume is not...

How to Hire the Right Employees

Employees are the lifeblood of a company. Companies invest a lot of time and money into training new-hires in hopes of finding good employees. If you end up with subpar employees that eventually have to be to let go, this can end up wasting a lot of...

Job Crisis in America [Infographic]

Get the facts about the Job Crisis in America with this infographic from Resume.com. See exactly how much the unemployment rate has affected the country, along with fun stats about the world's best and worst jobs.

5 Simple Tips When Building a Resume

The purpose of creating a resume is to acquire a job and begin working within the workforce right away. While writing a resume may seem simple at first, there are a few tips that can separate a resume from the sea of applicants and result in quick...

Who do I put as a Reference?

The most commonly asked question when submitting a resume or applying for a job is, inevitably – “who do I put as a reference?” This is most true for people entering the workforce. So what is a reference anyway? A resume reference is someone who can...

What are Skills?

There are a number of specific Job Skill Sets that you can choose from to show your applicable skills for the desired job you will be submitting your resume to. The most common marketable job skills are: Technical, Computer, Communications...

Job Interview Tips

You have submitted your resume with a professionally written eye-catching cover letter. You make the cut and are called in for an interview, one of the most stressful moments of your life. Expect to be dissected, quizzed, questioned, and finally...

Resume Writing Tips

Keep in mind when writing your resume the importance of using PAR statements. PAR stands for Problem-Action-Results, in other words, first you state the problem that existed in your workplace, then you describe what you did about it, and finally you...